Pop superstar Michael Jackson makes his money from the cattle on his Neverland ranch in California, according to court papers. The THRILLER singer is being sued by former associate F MARC SCHAFFEL for $3.8 million (GBP2.1 million). Schaffel claims Jackson owes him the money in unpaid loans and expenses. And, in a videotaped deposition, Jackson told Schaffel's lawyer his disposable income comes from the cows grazing at Neverland. Jackson denies he owes the cash, insisting Schaffel is a "professional swindler" who actually owes him money. His spokeswoman, Raymone K Bain, reveals the singer is not expected to testify in the Santa Monica trial, although he'll be seen in videotaped depositions. Jury selection begins next month (JUL06).